ZUS Smart Vehicle Health Monitor is only able to decode ENGINE CODES. Please refer to the #62-Check Engine Light in the diagram below.
When a warning symbol flashes on the dashboard when you’re driving, don’t panic! Research has found out that 59% of drivers struggle to recognize what the warning lights on their dash indicate.
With over 60 different icons telling you there could be an issue with your vehicle, it’s important to at least understand what does each of them stands for.
Here’s a simple cheat sheet we made for you.
Check it out:
1.Indicator to push the clutch
2.Indicator to push the brake pedal
4.Full beam turned on
5.Low tire pressure
7.Problems with headlight / tail-lights / signals bulbs
8.Problems with brake lights
11.The diesel auxiliary heater
13.Starting system problems
14.The key is not in the car
15.Key low battery
16.Warning distance to another car
17.Service warning light
18.Adaptive headlights turned on
19.Headlight angle adjustment
20.Problems with variable rear spoiler
21.Problems in triggering electric roof
22.Front airbag is switched off
23.Handbrake is on
24.Front fog lights turned on
25.Power steering system problems
26.Rear fog lights switched on
27.Low level of windscreen fluid
28.Worn brake pads
29.Cruise control is activated
31.Trouble on light sensor or rain sensor
32.Water in fuel filter
33.Airbag switched off
34.Mechanical problem or electrical error
35.Dipped headlights turned on
36.Dirty air filter requires replacement
37.Parking sensors turned on
38.Problems with the diesel particulate filter (DPF)
39.Error - disconnection of the plug from the trailer
40.Air suspension problems
41.Warning for leaving your lane with lane assist system active
42.Problems with catalytic converter
44.Warning parking light
45.Alternator or battery problems
46.ECO mode turned on
47.Downhill assist on
48.Cooling system problems
49.Problem with ABS
50.Problems with fuel filter
53.Fuel tank on reserve, need to fill the tank
54.Automatic gearbox problems
55.Speed limiter is active
57.Front window defroster
58.Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) is off
60.Low oil pressure
61.The automatic windscreen wiper
62.Engine problems or hazards
64.Rear window defroster
Due to restrictions of the OBD-II protocols, generic OBD-II devices & our Smart Vehicle Health monitor is only able to decode ENGINE CODES, that is when the #62 dash icon flashes on your dash.
We do like to decode more codes for you but unfortunately, decoding the engine codes is the best we can do for now. Maybe in the future the car manufactures would allow more flexibility for aftermarket devices to do more for customers.
Let's hope so.
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